1.27.2010

Layers :: Fortuny + Felt

Small bits and pieces of papers and fabric ... . a wrap of ripped
brown paper bag and metallic fortuny silk . . . with a tiny piece of
white brushed felt forming the midpoint.


A rather odd combination .
Somehow , it just felt right.
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Mixed Media by Judith Thibaut
Finished Size: 2.5 x 3.5 inches

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16 comments:

Brian Miller said...

actually i think it does. rather artsy with great textures...happy tt!

Tristan Robin Blakeman said...

love the contrast of the various textures ... am I correct in assuming the black is the bottom layer and that the white "background" is the photo background?

(how the heck did you get that sequin scrap to stay on? LOL I have the worst time with that stuff)

Leau said...

see me jumping up and down and clapping my hands in delight? I LOVE this!! You da bomb...smooches

willow said...

Absolutely perfect...the colors...the textures...glorious!!

A Thousand Clapping Hands said...

I know that each one of your works means many happy hours spent. Makes me smile.

Catherine

Wings said...

Interesting combo there!

subby said...

I like the bit of music in the background here, as well :)

Stephanie said...

Very creative. I always admire your header photo too.

Betsy said...

Yep, I'm feeling it, too! I'm glad you joined in with the theme thursday group! :)

Kris said...

I do like that image.

Kate Hanley said...

Great textures! So impressed, I can never put stuff together like that - what a great visual for the theme.

Tom said...

neat stuff...very artistic.

Ingrid Mida said...

Judith,
I'm always entranced by your art works. I really admire how you can take little bits of this and that and make it into something with beauty and texture.

Sally said...

That is just lovely, & I've really enjoyed skimming over your front page! Consider yourself bookmarked <3

Jasmine said...

i love this collection. Very aesthetic.

Terrace Crawford said...

It's why its one of my primary colors used in my blog theme. Go red!

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